Bill Taylor, the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, provided a compelling account in his testimony before the House on Tuesday.
Speaking to Fox News, Whitaker said the president was “being punished” for upsetting "the apple cart” of the “world establishment.”
"I said it, dammit. Finally," the former national security adviser said on "Pod Save the World."
William Consovoy, Trump's attorney, told a federal appeals court panel that the president can't be indicted while still in office.
“Let someone else fight over this long-bloodstained sand,” the president said.
The woman, identified in the lawsuit only as Jane Doe, sued the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the former ICE agent.
The president said the Senate majority leader spoke with him and called it "the most innocent phone call he’s read."
The 36-year-old progressive is running for Congress to unseat Democratic incumbent Rep. Joyce Beatty in Ohio’s 3rd District.
The attorney general said the FBI will host a training session as officials work to “identify, assess and engage potential mass shooters before they strike."
Several other Democrats also used the term in reference to the former president's impeachment in 1998.
Acting Ukraine Ambassador Bill Taylor testified to the House that the president held up military aid to Ukraine until it agreed to investigate Joe Biden.
"A Warning," by the author of a blistering New York Times essay, will be out on shelves next month.
The proposed bill, which criminalizes abortion at the moment cardiac activity can be detected, is expected to head to the Senate floor.
A supportive tweet about Meghan Markle reflected Ocasio-Cortez's deep sense of empathy about life in the spotlight.
The new charges in the college admissions scandal carry a sentence of up to 10 years in prison.
Federal prosecutors accuse Imaad Shah Zuberi of failing to register as a foreign agent and making illegal campaign contributions.
The Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit hosted a session with Nielsen, despite heavy pressure from activists to rescind the invitation.
“I’m not prejudiced, but by golly, a white male in this country has very few rights and they’re getting took more every day.”
Hours before the decision was reported, Fox News aired an interview in which Trump railed against the papers as "fake."
The agreement shows how Trump's abandonment of the Kurds is making the U.S. less relevant in a key region.